The principle of positive incertitude.
A short guide for how to use the mind in uncertain times
Less then half a century ago, the well known psychologist H.B. Gelatt presented the anatomy of a decisional process: a clear defining of the objectives, the rational analysis of information, consequences prediction, and pursuit. Many years later he realised that such a description does not fit any longer the times we live. He introduced what is called „positive uncertainty“, a very different philosophy of the decisional process, one much more fitting to our uncertain times.
We propose you a brief presentation of main ideas involved in this methodology from the perspective of spiritual principles, together with simple practical elements necessary in the process of taking decisions.
Sunday 21 May, 18:00 – 20:00
with Doru Bodea